This tutorial explains how to make menu customisations based on the logged in user...
If you haven't already done so, you'll also need to install the following plugins:
If these plugins are not already installed, you'll need to have System Administrator privileges as you'll have to upload the plugins and may need to restart your Confluence server.
To do this, open the Edit menu and choose "Administration" then "Configure Theme":
What happens next depends on what you want to do — There are two completely types of personalisation that can be made so we've split them out in to their own tutorials:
Note: You can use a mixture of both types if desired.
After saving your changes, it's absolutely vital that you test that they work as expected.
Depending on the macros you've used you'll either need to log in or view pages in such a way as to both trigger and not trigger the visibility macros you have used so you can see how they affect the menus.
In many cases, it's worth creating a test user (but use a non-obvious username and password!) so that you can quickly configure that user to have the required privileges needed to check out the different scenarios.
If you're using Firefox web browser on Windows, you can use a plugin called "IE Tab" that allows you to browse a site in Firefox in one tab whilst browsing the same site in Internet Explorer in another tab — because each browser will log in seperately (even though they are both running inside Firefox), it's really easy to switch between the two to test settings and make any required adjustments.
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